Information is a Commodity
In the Internet age, information has become a commodity. It’s available everywhere for no cost. The New York Times, which was always available for FREE on-line, used to restrict some of its content, such as the Op-Ed features. Now, that’s for free as well as long as you are willing to cut through a little advertising clutter. You received The Wiglaf Journal for FREE and many thousands of you subscribe to the Journal and take advantage of our content on www.wiglafjournal.com
As a writer, teacher and marketing consultant, having information at my fingertips is my stock in trade. Every day I am sent several articles on Internet marketing, e-mail, search engine optimization through the FREE clickz.com site.
Here are three more of my favorite sites:
The article for this journal citing the insights of Harvard Professor John Quelch came from the FREE Harvard Business School “Working Knowledge” site firstname.lastname@example.org. This site often gives detailed summaries of longer articles from the Harvard Business Review.
Stanford Graduate School of Business offers its Stanfordknowledgebase FREE at email@example.com.
Finally, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania publishes the FREE Knowledge at Wharton electronic newsletter firstname.lastname@example.org.